Understanding the Legal and Mental Health Interlock in Working With Parental Alienation

Karen Woodall

Next year in London, the Family Separation Clinic, in association with the European Association of Parental Alienation Practitioners, will hold a two day European Conference devoted to understanding the legal and mental health interlock in working with cases of parental alienation.  The two day conference, which will be held at the Royal Society of Medicine in Central London, will feature Amy J.L. Baker, the most prominent researcher in the field of parental alienation and will provide unique learning opportunities for all mental health and legal professionals working with families affected by the problem.

Parental alienation is the complete, unjustified rejection, by a child, of a once loved parent.  It usually takes place within the context of family separation, but it can arise in families still living together.  The Clinic, which is a specialist in working directly with alienated children and their families, is focused upon delivering the interventions which work…

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